Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a net worth that is absolutely staggering. After leaving the Green Bay Packers following 18 seasons to play for the New York Jets staring in the 2023 season, his fortune is one of the highest of any NFL player
What Is Aaron Rodgers’ Net Worth?
As of 2023, Aaron’s is worth a staggering $200 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
How Much Money Is Aaron Rodger’s Making With the New York Jets?
The long struggling AFC East team signed the future Hall of Fame quarterback in April 2023 for a two-year deal, but three months later it was revealed that after lengthy negotiations he signed a restructured three-year contract with the Jets valued at $112 million. The contract guarantees him a $75 million paycheck.
How Much Money Was Aaron Rodgers Paid By the Green Bay Packers?
In 2013, Aaron signed up for a five-year and $110 million extension to his contract with the Packers. This made him the highest-paid player in NFL history. In 2022, the Packers signed him to a three-year extension deal worth $150 million, but he only played one year of the contract before asking to be traded to the Jets.
How Does Aaron Rodgers Make Money Outside of Football?
Aaron has made millions in’ endorsement deals, he has appeared in a slew of advertisements for companies, such as Pizza Hut, State Farm Insurance, Adidas, Sharpie and Prevea, although the latter company cut ties with the athlete in 2021 after he revealed her refused to get the COVID-19 vaccination.
The superstar quarterback is also an investor when it comes to his fortune. In 2018 he became the only active NFL player to be a minority owner of an NBA team after investing in the Milwaukee Bucks. The team went on to win their second NBA championship in 2021, coming 30 years after their first title.
How Long Has Aaron Rodgers Been Playing Football?
The athlete started playing as an upper division athlete for Butte Community College after graduating from high school in 2002.
Although he didn’t gain much traction from Division 1 programs, he was later recognized for throwing 26 touchdowns in his first year alone. He later transferred to the University of California, Berkeley after a year in community college.
By the 2003 season, Aaron was named the starting quarterback for Berkeley’s football team, the Golden Bears.
In the 2005 NFL Draft, Aaron was picked by the Green Bay Packers in the first round.